The global maritime bulk industrygathered on 18th November for the IBJ Awards, a salute toexcellence in the maritime bulk industry, at the Salle read more...
This year’s independent judging process has now beencompleted and finalists for the IBJ Awards 2013 have been announced. The high number of entries read more...
Bulk cargo handling and shipping companiesworldwide have already started sending in their entries for IBJ Awards 2013. The call for entries begun on read more...
International Bulk Journal
International Bulk Journal - The magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry. Dry bulk shipping, commodities, port, logistics and equipment issues are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ.
The IBJ Awards 2013 were held at the Salle Wagram, Paris, on Monday 18th November view winners list.
Dunkirk leads the way
France's leading port for ore and coal imports saw development in the bulk sector in 2013 despite the closure of Kingsnorth and is planning for more in 2014 and beyond
Steady in 2013 and ready for 2014
Feed the world
Steady recovery during 2014 is being predicted for the fertiliser industry, while transportation issues continue to be as complex as ever
The dry bulk conundrum
Drewry Maritime Services' Rahul Sharan analyses the previous year in dry bulk shipping and ponders, "is dry bulk recovery likely to be sustained?"
A decade of service
Poland based INTER BALT is celebrating 10 years in the market and can now demonstrate flexibility and diversity to go alongside a wealth of specialist experience
Chinamax bulker sets a new record
The Port of Sept-îles recently handled the largest amount of bulk cargo ever loaded onto a ship in North American maritime history
Smoky mountain blues
US coal exports have witnessed a boom over the past decade which has benefited its east coast ports and transport system. However, changing customer profiles and production centres could signal a move westwards
Growing grain demand boosts sales
Pneumatic ship unloaders are proving to be increasingly popular as ports and terminals respond to a sharp increase in grain shipments
Time is of the essence when loading or unloading vessels in port and Louisiana-based Anvil attachments has introduced its diesel hydraulic grab range with speed in mind
China's continuing demand for dry bulks
As one of the largest centres for industrial manufacturing, China represents a major destination for all dry bulk cargoes
Reliable, continuous material flow
The Belgian cement manufacturer CBR, a subsidiary of the Heidelberg Cement Group, has automated its raw material store
The Chief Commercial Officer of Euroports Holdings talks to IBJ about the company, the range of cargoes it handles, its core vision and values, and the steps it is taking to create a safe working environment